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What Can Allergy Testing Tell You?
So your pet is itchy….REALLY itchy. The keep-you-up-all-night-with-constant-scratching kind of itchy that just doesn’t seem to get any better. Maybe they are also licking their paws, having recurring hot spots… Read more
The Quick Facts About Slow-Kill: Treatment Options for Heartworm Disease
Written by: Danielle MatiseHearing that your pet is heartworm positive can be overwhelming. Perhaps you just adopted your pet, who was a stray and has never received preventative care. Or… Read more
6 Things You Didn’t Know About Heartworms
Written by: Danielle MatiseIf you’ve ever owned an animal in Texas, you’ve *probably* heard about heartworms and *hopefully* give your pets regular heartworm protection. But how much do you *really*… Read more
Prepare Your Pet for an Upcoming Baby
Congratulations on your upcoming baby from all of us at Garden Oaks Veterinary Clinic! Now that you’re expecting a two-legged baby, you and your four-legged baby is in store for… Read more
Aftermath of the Plant Fires in Deer Park on Pets
On Sunday morning, a chemical tank at Intercontinental Terminal Company in Deer Park caught on fire and continued to spread to several other tanks, feeding flames, and smoke that were… Read more
Flea and Tick Prevention and Promotion
During the month of March, Garden Oaks Veterinary Clinic is giving you the opportunity to win a Petzi Treat Cam! Purchase Bravecto (Canine or Feline) during the month of March for… Read more
We are excited to announce that on February 19, we passed our AAHA re-accreditation evaluation!Now you might be asking yourself, “Aa…ha…what?” AAHA! The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), is the only… Read more
Common Household Poisons For Your Pets
March is Pet Poison Prevention Month. If you have furry friends, you’ll want to know about these items you probably have sitting around your home that could prove to be… Read more
Announcement – Dr. Rob’s Departure
It is with very sad hearts that we must announce the departure of our beloved Associate, Dr. Calabrese. Dr. Calabrese (or “Dr. Rob” as we know him) and his family… Read more
AAHA Accreditation: Giving Your Pet the Best
At Garden Oaks Veterinary Clinic, we pride ourselves on being an exceptional animal hospital that both clients and pets trust. Because of this, we are constantly working very hard to… Read more
Garden Oaks Veterinary Clinic is conveniently located for many Houston, TX residents. We hope you’ll give our veterinary hospital the opportunity to shower your pets with the love and care they deserve!